Broke Leg Falls - Was once operated as a road-side park but was abandoned many years ago, now part of a nature preserve. There is a beautiful 60-ft. waterfall and an outstanding community of mosses and liverworts that thrive around the falls. (606) 768-9000

Cave Run Lake - 8,270 acre lake formed by US Corp of Engineers. Several recreational areas on he lake and the scenic flood conrol reservoir is known for its outdoor recreation opportunities such as boating, swimming and fishing. (606) 784-9709

Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail - 278 mile multiple use trail that traverses the length of the Daniel Boone, who explored the land through which the trail passes. (606) 768-9000

Menifee County Park - features scenic beauty and recreational opportunities for all ages. Walking path, swimming pool, ball fields, picnic shelters and children's playground. (606) 768-3482

Cave Run Marina, Longbow Dock - limited service marina offers houseboat, pontoon and fishing boat rentals. Marina has temporary tie-ups, ships store, gas, fishing supplies, limited grocery, live bait, ice and batteries. Restrooms (606) 768-2929

Indian Arch - Can be seen from the trail below. Located in Red River Gorge on the Sargent Branch of Gladie Creek. Reachable by the Sheltowee Trace Trail #100. (606) 663-2852

Bell Falls - Located in a small cove with rock ledges, this waterfall spills into the Bell Branch of the Red River. (606) 663-2852

Clifty Wilderness - A habitat for endangered plants and animals. Scenic area has 12,642 acres of rugged land with cliffs, bluffs, canyons, rock shelters and creeks. Hiking, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, horse trail, birdwatching, & nature study. (606) 663-2852

Tower Rock - popular with rock climbers. Only experienced climbers should attempt. Tower Rock Trail leads to the rock and loops around the base (#229) (606) 6643-2852


Menifee County Farmers Market - open air market at Frenchburg City Hall. Pavillion is beside Family Dollar Store. Purchase fresh produce or beautiful fresh cut flowers. July - September (606) 768-3866

Swamp Valley Museum - located half way between Possum Hollow and Lizzard Ridge. This is an unusual roadside museum that houses several exhibits in different buildings on the property. Exhibits represent more than a century's worth of Kentucky life, from birth (midwives' equipment) to death (coffin-making machine). (606) 768-3250

Carrington Green Golf Course - 18 hole course near Cave Run Lake. Restaurant and pro shop. (606) 768-2100

Gladie Creek Historic Site/Cultural & Environmental Learning Center - shows the rich cultural heritage of the Red River Gorge. Learn about the geology and rare natural resources that make this area unique. The center provides visitors a place to explore and ask questions. Maps, books, passes and souvenirs are available for purchase. The Gladie Cabin, a restored 1880s log structure, is located here. The cabin is on the National Register of Historic Places. See blacksmith shop and moonshine still. Open daily spring through fall. (606) 663-8100 or (606) 663-2852

Suiter Grass Memorial Marker - roadside marker of stone marks the discovery of KY 31 Tall Fescue by the Sutler Family. The grass remains green through the winter and has saved more land from erosion since its discovery than any other previously known ground cover. (606) 768-3457

Walking Tour of Downtown Frenchburg - 1 mile stroll through the natural beauty of downtown Frenchburg. Historic buildings include the 1929 courthouse, 1926 church and the buildings which housed the first high school in Menifee County. Variety of specimens of trees and shrubs in the downtown area are identified and described. (606) 768-9000

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